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SEASON 13

EXHIBITS IN THE GALLERY
September 2016 - August 2017

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Submit work to open projects here.
 

  November 11 - December 9     Opening Reception Friday November 11, 6-10 p.m.     

main gallery + drawing room

 

SCHEMA
Art About the Self

The practice of studying the self is as old as human thought. A powerful and perhaps under-appreciated process, when applied well self-reflection can make us better. But when allowed to degrade it can lead to disease.

In art, creating self-portraits is an old familiar genre. Such self-images are often quite different from other portraits, because they reveal the artists’ intensity of engaging and measuring their own image. For this exhibit Manifest was interested in gauging not only how this happens in the art of today but also in how artists address the wider concept of self-image, what it means to be aware of “I” and the experience of being an individual.

While true ‘self portraits’ are represented in this exhibit, many other creative interpretations of the theme round out the exhibition nicely, giving the viewer a good prompt for considering the idea, and what it means to represent oneself symbolically.

For this exhibit 271 artists from 43 states and 10 countries submitted 725 works for consideration. Twenty-three works by the following 20 artists from 14 states, and Canada were selected by a blind jury process for presentation in the gallery and the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication.

Presenting works by:

AWG
Moberly, Missouri

Brandon Briggs
Bowling Green, Ohio

Neil Callander
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Lauren Carter
Chicago, Illinois

Daniel Dallmann
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jason Ferguson
Grass Lake, Michigan

Jason Guynes
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Rebecca Hayes
Cohasset, Massachusetts

Becca Levine
Millbrae, California

Chris Liberti
Charlotte, North Carolina

Eileen MacArthur
Ontario, Canada

Mary Murphy
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Omalix
Orlando, Florida

Charity Ponter
Birmingham, Alabama

Molly Scannell
Arlington, Massachusetts

Rosemary Scott-Fishburn
Gloucester, Massachusetts

Shelby Shadwell
Laramie, Wyoming

Rachel Temkin
Woodhaven, New York

Lauryn Welch
Peterborough, New Hampshire

Morgan Ford Willingham
Emporia, Kansas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


     Molly Scanell


 

     Brandon Briggs


 

     Jason Ferguson


 

     Shelby Shadwell

 

 

 

 


parallel space + central gallery

 

VITAL
Sculptures by Margaret Smithers-Crump

 

This exhibition of Margaret Smithers-Crump’s work is one of 8 selected from among 137 proposals submitted for consideration for Manifest’s 13th season. It is the first solo exhibition Manifest has ever presented in multiple spaces at the gallery.

Three individual works will occupy two galleries, creating an environment through which viewers must pass, like small prey or symbiotic organisms, in order to experience them fully. As large wall-based installations the works insist upon a visceral, corporeal involvement on the part of the viewer. It is no accident that Smithers-Crump's works function perfectly to bridge, both literally and conceptually, between the two group exhibits also on view at this time.

Of her work the artist states:

"Through its inherent associations to life, death, and renewal, Vital explores water as the source and resource for all living beings and by extension, the vulnerability of the oceans. Acting as metaphors for a fragile existence, the glass-like artworks in this exhibition underscore the vital necessity of water on our planet.

Each installation is made of hundreds of unique hand cut, painted, and chemically bonded units of primarily recycled plexiglas. Individually formed and shaped by heat, these translucent pieces become both membranous and organic.

As glass is easily shattered, each of these plexiglas installations reminds us of the fragility of life on Earth and of the importance of water to its survival.

Margaret Smithers-Crump is a Canadian artist based in Houston, Texas. She received her BFA in Painting from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio in 1973. For the last twenty years, Smithers-Crump has been exploring the creative potential of Plexiglas in both painting and installations. She has had a series of solo and group exhibitions throughout Texas and the United States including her recent one person exhibitions at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, Galveston Art Center, Galveston,TX; Imperial Center for the Arts and Sciences, Rocky Mount, NC; Penn College of Technology - Penn State, Williamsport, PA; and Lawndale Art Center, Houston,TX.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


central gallery + north gallery

 

SUSTAIN
Art About Sustainability

 

In Manifest’s first season (2005) we presented GREEN, an exhibition about environmental consciousness. As public and scientific awareness about the state of the planet has grown ever more poignant, and as the relationship of civilization to the fate of the biosphere has grown more clear, so too have our methods for expressing concern, conveying cultural imperatives for better action, and explaining the situation and potential solutions in compelling ways.

Four domains comprise the organizing principles of Sustainability: ecology, economics, politics and culture. But in general terms Sustainability is about endurance. In many ways the present cultural dilemma around the topic may be the fulcrum on which our specie's fate rests.

Manifest was interested to learn how artists address this definitive topic, either directly through the subject matter, content or form of their work, or indirectly through less obvious but still relevant means.

For this exhibit 64 artists from 25 states and 4 countries submitted 190 works for consideration. Eleven works by the following 10 artists from 8 states and India were selected by a blind jury process for presentation in the gallery and the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication.

Presenting works by:

Blake Conroy
Sparks, Maryland

Jenny Freestone
Takoma Park, Maryland

Gordon Lee
Columbus, Ohio

Margaret LeJeune
Peoria, Illinois

C. Matthew Luther
Riverside, California

David Marquez
Bowling Green, Kentucky

Michael Marshall
Athens, Georgia

Ellen McMahon
Tucson, Arizona

Studio Third World Collective
Delhi, India

Kathleen Thum
Liberty, South Carolina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


     Margaret LeJeune

 

 

     Gordon Lee


 

     David Marquez


 

     Ellen McMahon

 

 


 

 


December 16, 2016 - January 13, 2017     Opening Reception - Friday, December 16, 6-9 p.m.     

main gallery

 

7th Annual TAPPED
Artists and their Professors

 

The relationship between art students and their professors can be a powerful one. Even when this bond is left unstated, we carry our professors' voices forward in time as we mature as artists and people. We eventually realize that the instruction given by our teachers during our relatively brief careers as students continues to expand within us. We realize that the learning they inspired is a chain-reaction process that develops across our lifetime. All of us who have been students carry forward our professors' legacy in one form or another. And those who are, or have been professors, bear witness to the potency of studenthood.

Out of respect for this student-teacher bond, and in honor of professors working hard to help their students tap into a higher mind relative to art and life, we offer TAPPED, an annual exhibit that presents works of art by current or former professor/student pairs.

For this exhibit 104 artists from 22 states and 3 countries submitted 295 works for consideration. Sixteen works by the following 16 artists from 9 states (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Texas) were selected for presentation in the gallery and Manifest Exhibition Annual publication. The artists are listed in pairings to illustrate their teacher/student relationship. Works on view will include paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs. The exhibition layout is planned so that each pair of artists' works will be shown side-by-side or in close proximity. Visitors will be able to enjoy the variety of types of works while also considering the nature of influence between professor and student.

 

Professor Student

Adrian Hatfield

Allan Bennetts II
Robin Germany Brianna Burnett
Neil Callander

Thomas McBroom*

Richard Morris Charlie Goering

Joseph Holsapple

Mark Orgeron*

Adam Mysock

Jeremy Jones
Anthony Pessler Jessica Palomo*
Art Werger

Connie Wolfe

* current student  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Hatfield

Bennetts

Germany

Burnett

Callander

McBroom

Werger

Wolfe


drawing room

 

TEXAS
Regional Showcase

 

In its first twelve seasons Manifest's projects included works by artists in 50 states and 40 countries. Starting with its 10th season Manifest launched a new ongoing series of exhibits focusing on works by artists living in its own three-state region.

Two years ago we added projects that also focused on other definable regions outside our own. These Regional Showcases were offered to complement the ordinarily very wide geographical makeup of most Manifest exhibits with a closer look at what's being done here in our own backyard, as well as provide a platform from which we can examine the trends, qualities, and idiosyncracies of contemporary art within specific geographical areas and compare them to our own.

For our fourth year of exhibits showcasing works from other regions we have again decided to look at states which anchor two sides of the United States. Minnesota and Texas offer the compelling north/south polar relationship which provides a starting point for conversation about the resulting simultaneous exhibitions. They are home to major international art centers and educational institutions which are involved in the global art scene. (Previously Michigan and Florida, and New York and California showcases provided strong and visible contrasts in our gallery.)

Manifest's several-member blind jury process reviewed 272 works by 85 artists in Texas and Minnesota for this two-exhibit parallel regional survey. Thirty-three artists from Minnesota and 52 artists from Texas responded to the call. Eight works by the following 7 artists from Texas were selected for exhibition and will also be featured in the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication (MEA) at the close of the season.

Presenting works by:

Kurt Dyrhaug
Beaumont, Texas

Carol Flueckiger
Lubbock, Texas

Steve Knight
Baytown, Texas

Kenneth Lantz
San Antonio, Texas

Gracelee Lawrence
Austin, Texas

Caroline Roberts
Houston, Texas

Laura Willig
San Angelo, Texas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


     Kurt Dyrhaug


 

     Laura Willig


 

     Kenneth Lantz

 

 

 


parallel space

 

MINNESOTA
Regional Showcase

 

In its first twelve seasons Manifest's projects included works by artists in 50 states and 40 countries. Starting with its 10th season Manifest launched a new ongoing series of exhibits focusing on works by artists living in its own three-state region.

Two years ago we added projects that also focused on other definable regions outside our own. These Regional Showcases were offered to complement the ordinarily very wide geographical makeup of most Manifest exhibits with a closer look at what's being done here in our own backyard, as well as provide a platform from which we can examine the trends, qualities, and idiosyncracies of contemporary art within specific geographical areas and compare them to our own.

For our fourth year of exhibits showcasing works from other regions we have again decided to look at states which anchor two sides of the United States. Minnesota and Texas offer the compelling north/south polar relationship which provides a starting point for conversation about the resulting simultaneous exhibitions. They are home to major international art centers and educational institutions which are involved in the global art scene. (Previously Michigan and Florida, and New York and California showcases provided strong and visible contrasts in our gallery.)

Manifest's several-member blind jury process reviewed 272 works by 85 artists in Texas and Minnesota for this two-exhibit parallel regional survey. Thirty-three artists from Minnesota and 52 artists from Texas responded to the call. Eight works by the following 6 artists from Minnesota were selected for exhibition and will also be featured in the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication (MEA) at the close of the season.

Presenting works by:

Susanna Gaunt
Duluth, Minnesota

John Ilg
Woodbury, Minnesota

Jesse Matthew Petersen
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Jeffrey Stenbom
Apple Valley, Minnesota

Nathan Stromberg
St. Paul, Minnesota

Joshua Wilichowski
Stillwater, Minnesota

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


    Joshua Wilichowski

 

 

     Nathan Stromberg


 

     Jesse Matthew Petersen


 

 

 


central gallery

 

ONE 7
The 7th Annual Manifest Prize

 

Sungazing Print
chromogenic color print
110" x 100"
2015

ABOUT THE $5000 MANIFEST PRIZE
Last season our board of directors increased the Manifest Prize to $5000. This underscores our non-profit organization's desire to reward, showcase, celebrate, and document exceptional artwork being made today by working artists, and to do this in a tasteful non-commercial public context. Manifest's mission is centered on championing the importance of quality in visual art, supporting and encouraging artists at all levels. This project is one aspect of the realization of that mission.

We respect the creative principle of reduction (the blind jury process) as it is employed to achieve an essential conclusive statement for each exhibit we produce. This is what has led to the high caliber of each Manifest exhibit, and to the gallery's notable reputation. We believe competition does breed excellence. Therefore we determined six years ago to launch the Manifest Prize in order to push the process to the ultimate limit—from among many to select just ONE work.

Manifest's jury process for the 7th Annual Manifest Prize included multiple levels of jury review of 1082 works by 350 artists from 47 states and 16 countries by a total of 18 different volunteer jurors from across the U.S. Each level resulted in fewer works passing on to the next, until a winner was reached. The size and physical nature of the works considered was not a factor in the jury scoring and selection.

It should be noted that the finalist and semi-finalists, 11 works, represent the top scoring 1% of the jury pool. The winner represents the top one-tenth of 1% of the jury pool.

The winning work is entitled "Sungazing Print" by Kei Ito of Baltimore, Maryland. It will be the recipient of the 7th annual MANIFEST PRIZE, and will be presented in the Central Gallery from December 16 through January 13, 2016. It will be accompanied by several juror statements and the artist's statement.

The Runners-up:

Ten semi-finalist works (runners up to the winner) will also be featured in the season-documenting Manifest Exhibition Annual publication (MEAs13). These are works by Becky Alley (Lexington, Kentucky), Marissa Angel (Virginia Beach, Virginia), Gordon Belray (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), Christopher Cosnowski (Chicago, Illinois), Dylan Everett (Brick, New Jersey), Sarika Goulatia (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), Kei Ito (Baltimore, Maryland), Michael Reedy (Ann Arbor, Michigan), Shelby Shadwell (Laramie, Wyoming), and Ying-Fang Shen (Richmond, Virginia).

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


north gallery

 

MODELING NATURE
Drawings by Mark Pomilio

 

This exhibition of Mark Pomilio’s drawings is one of 8 selected from among 137 proposals submitted for consideration for Manifest’s 13th season.

In his proposal to Manifest Pomilio stated "Through these works and their abstract associations I attempt to expose the mystical beauty, harmony and intrigue found within naturally occurring systems of growth. Ultimately, it is my desire to expose nature at its magnificent core." Reading this one might have thought it was a statement by a landscape painter. The fact that the work was, in fact, geometric abstraction blended with what could be landscape architectural design surely ignited its appeal for selection.

Eleven of Mark Pomilio's drawings will occupy the North Gallery. Ranging from delicate and small study-like drawings, through medium and large-sized finished sculptural drawings, the works nod to the formulaic works of Sol Lewitt, but maintain a satisfyingly distinct identity for being exactly what they are meant to be.

Of his work the artist states:

"My artistic interests are fueled by a desire to create artwork, which mirrors naturally occurring systems in our world. In “mirror” I am referring more to physical processes rather than mimetic duplication. I find inspiration on a myopic level by attempting to imitate cell repetition and cloning. The origin of this research has been formulated through a series of simple geometrical equations. These equations have yielded a group of 'parent' rudimentary geometrical forms. One or several of these forms are multiplied and folded equally throughout the pictorial field. Through this process, a formal pictorial structure is born. The resulting balance and symmetry has a visual equivalency in how we read the meditative qualities of a reflective pool, or a religious icon.”

Mark Pomilio’s current artistic output focuses on creating images, which embody principles of geometry, fractals, cloning, single and multiple cell manipulation. He seeks to understand how these human, abstract associations can expose beauty and meaning within naturally occurring systems of growth and procreation in our natural world. It is his desire to expose nature at its magnificent core. These interests have led to invitations to lecture nationally, on topics as diverse as art and mathematics and the role the visual arts can play in understanding the social ramifications of advances in the Life Sciences. His artwork has been featured in solo museum and gallery exhibitions nationally and internationally, including Xu Beihong Art Academy, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China, the Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salapetriere, in Paris, France, and Art Resources Transfer, in New York City.

Originally from Philadelphia, Mark Pomilio is currently living in Phoenix, Arizona where he is an Associate Professor within the School of Art, at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

Learn more at: markpomilio.com

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


  January 27 - February 24     Opening Reception - Friday, January 27, 6-9 p.m.     



  March 10 - April 7     Opening Reception - Friday, March 10, 6-9 p.m.     




  April 21 - May 19     Opening Reception - Friday, April 21, 6-9 p.m.     


  June 2 - June 30     Opening Reception - Friday, June 2, 6-9 p.m.     



  July 14 - August 11 Opening Reception - Friday July 14, 6-9 p.m.     

  August 18 - September 15       (SEASON 13 FINALÉ)     Opening Reception - Friday August 18, 6-9 p.m.     






PREVIOUS SEASON 13 EXHIBITS:

  September 30 - October 28, 2016 SEASON 13 LAUNCH:    Opening Friday September 30, 6-10 p.m.     

main gallery + drawing room

 

PHOTOREAL

Support for this FotoFocus Biennial 2016 exhibition
was provided by FotoFocus.

 

The Photo-Realism or Hyper-Realism movement responds to photography through painting, drawing, sculpture, and other media incorporating photographic qualities such as flatness, the illusion of depth, reflections, depth of field, and extreme detail.

The two companion exhibitions presented by Manifest for the FotoFocus Biennial 2016 each explore the biennial-wide concept from different aspects of 'undocument' or 'untruth'. PHOTOREAL presents non-photographic media and reveals how it can do many of the same things as photography, deepening the consideration of the 'undocumented'.

For this exhibit 64 artists from 25 states and 4 countries submitted 192 works for consideration. Twenty-one works by the following 16 artists from 11 states, and the countries of Canada and Colombia were selected by several jurors from across the U.S. for presentation in the gallery and the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication.

RELATED WORKSHOP
In conjunction with this exhibit a studio workshop at the Manifest Drawing Center will also be offered, focusing on achieving photorealism through drawing. The two-day workshop, and a related but separate evening public drawing demonstration, will be led by artist Joseph Crone. Get complete details and register here.

 

Presenting works by:

Erika Baez
Honolulu, Hawaii

Katlyn Brumfield
Richmond, Kentucky

Jeanne Burris-Johnson
Cottrellville, Michigan

Walter Castro
Bogota, Colombia

Carrie Fonder
Croton on Hudson, New York

June Glasson
Laramie, Wyoming

Brandon Hearty
Alberta, Canada

Timothy Jahn
Milltown, New Jersey

Travis Little
Framingham, Massachusetts

Nick Long
Thompson’s Station, Tennessee

Tim Main
Sheridan, Wyoming

Armin Mersmann
Midland, Michigan

Richard Morris
San Diego, California

Jon Murrill
Roanoke, Virginia

Jeremy Plunkett
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Pia Sawhney
New York, New York

 

 

 

 

 


     Timothy Jahn


 

     Walter Castro


 

     Jeremy Plunkett


 

     Jeanne Burris-Johnson

 

 

 

 


parallel space

 

The Best of Life
Paintings and collage by Jay Senetchko

 

This exhibition of Jay Senetchko’s work is one of 8 selected from among 137 proposals submitted for consideration for Manifest’s 13th season.

When Jay Senetchko's grandmother passed away in December 2012, he was given her collection of Time Life magazines from the 1960s, an era she had once described as being 'the happiest of her life'. This declaration, combined with the name of the magazine, forms the title of this series. Each painting is based on images that are cut away from their associated text. New narratives are formed by recontextualizing them into black and white, and colour collages. Selected images are then transformed into paintings that are part collage, part photograph and part painting, maintaining distinctions between each medium while drawing parallels between them. The goal in both the creation of the collages and the paintings is not a faithful depiction of either an historical or fictitious event, but the creation of a new narrative for exploration and interpretation. The viewer is welcomed to wade through confusing and sometimes contradictory visual information in an attempt to make sense of what they are seeing.

The result are pictures that are unbalanced and uncomfortable, and simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar as they visualize the pathological nature of the North American dream. Through the reoccurring themes of nuclear family, violence, racial tension, labour and leisure, the dreamlike aspirations of a 1950-60's North America are presented, but never reached. Rather, they parallel many of the social tensions and obstacles we face today, but in unsettling, and at times nightmarish iterations.

Of his work the artist states:

"We all have a relationship with the past. Be these memories positive, negative or neutral, they are all inaccurate. We distort events mentally as a matter of course as soon as they have happened, and the further they recede in our private histories the more distorted they become. Considering how influential our individual pasts are in framing our personal presents, how we recall an event can have dramatic consequences upon our engagement with our present and future selves. The Best Of Life explores the dangers of our nostalgic, romantic, and distorted relationship with the past and its impact on our present lives by drawing contrasts and parallels between a halcyon era of history and contemporary Western life.

Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Jay Senetchko now lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is a University of Alberta graduate (1997 - Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction) and spent several years as a professional soccer player in Edmonton and Montreal before pursuing entrepreneurial interests in Canada and the United States. In 2000 he moved to Vancouver and received a Diploma of Classical Animation from the Vancouver Film School in 2001. Primarily self-taught, his painting has been strongly influenced by apprenticeships with both Gideon Flitt and Odd Nerdrum. His work has exhibited since 2002 and shown in North and Central America and Europe.

Recent awards and events of interest include an honourable mention in the 2013 Kingston Portrait Competition, shortlist for the BP Portrait Competition (2011, 2012, 2015), shortlist for the Kurt Beers 100 Painters of Tomorrow publication (2013), shortlist for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2015), inclusion in the recently published The Nerdrum School (a collection of paintings by those who have apprenticed with the Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum - 2013), and 1st place in the juried 2012 Painting on the Edge competition sponsored by the Canadian Federation of Artists.

He is the author of Making Pictures Speak: Composition for the Visual Arts, a textbook on perspective and composition for visual art; as well as the adult storybook Fishes and Wishes. He is currently developing another storybook, The Dragon and the Unicorn: An Ideological Fairytale. He has been teaching life-drawing, perspective, composition, colour theory and art history at Vancouver Film School since 2002, and teaching painting privately since 2003.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


central gallery + north gallery

 

REAL-PHOTO

Support for this FotoFocus Biennial 2016 exhibition
was provided by FotoFocus.

 

From photography’s earliest inception into the culture at large, there was a recognition of both the artistic and scientific potentials of the medium. Within the art camp there was a push to validate photography’s role as ART by producing photographs that emulated the High Art of painting and drawing, peaking (possibly) with the Pictorialism Movement. At the opposite end were those who saw photography as a tool for ‘straight’, objective, representation —celebrating the photograph’s inherent characteristics as unique and valid in their own right.

For this exhibit Manifest sought submissions of works that were made through the photographic process exclusively, but which appear to not be photographic in nature, at least at first glance. While we were eager to discover just what artists are making that could qualify, we imagined our pool of entries might include works involving manipulated film, photograms, abstracted digital photographic imagery, direct emulsion exposure, photo-transfers, historical and alternative processes, and the like. We got far more than we expected, as this exhibit reveals.

The two companion exhibitions presented by Manifest for the FotoFocus Biennial 2016 each explore the biennial-wide concept from different aspects of 'undocument' or 'untruth'. REAL-PHOTO takes the common media involved in photography but presents resulting artwork that one may not suspect is photographic in nature, further expressing the boundaries of everyday assumptions, and cultural memes.

For this exhibit 113 artists from 29 states and 9 countries submitted 394 works for consideration. Twenty-four works by the following 19 artists from 14 states, and England were selected by several jurors from across the U.S. for presentation in the gallery and the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication.

RELATED WORKSHOPS
In conjunction with this exhibit two studio workshops at the Manifest Drawing Center will also be offered, focusing on photogenic drawing and drawing with the neolucida (drawing machines).

The two-day Photogenic Drawing workshop will be led by local photographer/artist pair Michael and Marilyn Wilson with complete details here.

The Neolucida workshop will be led by Pablo Garcia, professor at the Art Institute of Chicago, with complete details here.

 

Presenting works by:

Claudio Ahlers
Bristol, England

Robin Assner-Alvey
St. Louis, Missouri

Diane Chung
San Francisco, California

Ashley Czajkowski
Tempe, Arizona

John Deamond
Burtonsville, Maryland

Rose Desiano
Brooklyn, New York

Brooks Dierdorff
Orlando, Florida

Patricia Drummond
Dunkirk, Ohio

Mitch Eckert
Louisville, Kentucky

Josh Jalbert
Savannah, Georgia

Ron Janowich
Gainesville, Florida

Jenny Knavel
Delavan, Wisconsin

David McCrae
Seattle, Washington

Bailey Miller
Middletown, Ohio

Robyn Moore
Morehead, Kentucky

Caroline Roberts
Houston, Texas

Francis Schanberger
Dayton, Ohio

Patrick D. Wilson
Kalamazoo, Michigan

Rachel Wolf
Portland, Oregon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


     Francis Schanberger


 

     Patrick D. Wilson


 

     David McCrae


 

     Brooks Dierdorff

 

 


 

 


 

——— END OF SEASON 13 ———





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